Tuesday, 10 May 2011

Time out


Will lay low a bit for a couple of days with pre-loaded one liners.

18 comments:

Luis Gomez said...

Hope all is well Julie.

cara said...

Wishing you strength, Julie. Beautiful picture, too.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Take care Julie, your picture is so poignant made me think of my Mum and Dad so strongly. Thinking of you lots.

Grace.

Ann said...

Take care of yourself. Also been thinking of you a lot, knowing that its still ahead of me and admiring the grace with which you have coped.

Kay L. Davies said...

Julie — Do I have to start worrying again? I'm so sorry. I've been unwell myself for the past week, so my radar isn't working.
I so enjoyed our all-too-brief visit, and you know I care. A lot.
— K

Kay, Alberta, Canada
An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

lizziviggi said...

Julie,

It's so hard to let go of the people we love. I'm glad you can be there for your dad. After losing my mother two years ago, it was somehow an enormous help to me as I grieved later that I'd been there the night she died. This is a lovely photograph, and looking at it right next to the one of the daddy playing with his little girls just makes my heart ache. "To live in the hearts of those we love is never to die." I don't know who said it, but it's on my mom's gravestone, and it gives me comfort whenever I see it.

Take care.
Lizziviggi

Mark said...

You and your family are in my prayers. Take care brave lady.

GW Bill Miller said...

I'm sorry about your Dad. It is good that you could be with him.

Mary Ann said...

Take care, Julie. It will be lovely to have you back again.

uncertainhorizon said...

You and your family are in my thoughts.

Jilly said...

What a perfect photo, Julie. Your father was so lucky to have you with him.

Joan Elizabeth said...

Julie, my heart goes out to you. I am glad you were back home to be there as I know that would be important for you.

Mo said...

A lovely picture. I love your hand pictures they are always so powerful.

diane b said...

A tender shot. All the best for the next weeks. Thinking of your plight.

JM said...
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JM said...

I am so moved by this photo and by what it means, Julie.

Julie said...

I need to come back here to voice my apppreciation of all your comments over the last few days, my friends. It has been extremely hectic.
My father's funeral was yesterday (Wednesday) and it was a most apt ceremony which celebrated his australianness.

brattcat said...

Dear Julie, I wrap a tender hug around you and your family. Your father was a lucky man to have such a daughter. Thank you for sharing him with us so candidly, so poignantly. We are all better for having known him through your eyes.